Brianna Warner
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Tracy, Calif.

High School:
Tracy HS '13

Height:
5-2

Position:
OF

B/T:
L/R

2014: Led the team with 11 stolen bases, the league's fifth-highest total alongside four other Big West players... Her .288 batting average was the Aggies' second-highest figure... Tied for third on the team with 20 runs... posted a team-high .522 as a leadoff batter... Named a starter in 36 of 47 games played... Each start took place in the outfield; she was the team's left fielder in 30 games and started in right for the other six... Scored a season-high two runs at Nevada (3/15), and in both games of a doubleheader at Cal State Fullerton (5/3)... Posted her first collegiate double vs. Saint Mary's (5/7, Gm. 1)... Stole a season-high two bases vs. Syracuse (2/21) and at Nevada (3/15).

TRACY HS '13: Earned three varsity letters as a member of Tracy High School's girls' softball team... Earned all-conference honors in addition to team MVP accolades as a sophomore, MVP and SJAA Offensive Player MVP as a junior and all-conference recognition as a senior... Her school recognized her as a scholar-athlete throughout all three seasons as a member of the softball program... With an undefeated record, her team captured the Nor Cal Classic Tournament title.

PERSONAL: Parents are Jackie and Robert Warner... Currently undecided on a major... Is the youngest of their two daughters... Once pitched a one-hitter in the championship game of the 10U State Championships... Not many people know that she lived on a chicken farm... She still holds Tracy's all-time record for the most putouts at first base from right field... She chose to attend UC Davis because it is the most beautiful campus she has ever seen, locals are generous and the people who live in Davis are beyond amazing... UC Davis makes her feel as if she is living at home... John Adams and John Quincy Adams are her ancestors... Would like to pursue a career in athletics training... Would love to visit Paris, France... "Leave it all between the lines," is her advice to others.

Year Avg. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB
2014 .288 47 104 20 30 1 0 0 4 31 7 11 11
Totals .288 47 104 20 30 1 0 0 4 31 7 11 11